The State Labor Government has today announced Lendlease has been awarded the contract to deliver stage one of the $615 million Gawler Electrification project.

Fans heading to tonight’s massive Big Bash clash between the second-placed Strikers and third-placed Hurricanes are being urged to take advantage of free public transport.

Detailed design works to remove the Oaklands Park level crossing will begin immediately, after the major contract for the $174.3 million project was awarded to the Public Transport Projects Alliance (PTP Alliance) consisting of McConnell Dowell, Mott MacDonald and Arup.

The intersection of North Terrace and King William Street is on schedule to reopen from 6am Monday morning following a two week construction blitz to install the complex tram track intersection.

The first trains have been successfully tested on a new rail underpass in Bowden paving the way for Outer Harbor and Grange services to resume as planned on Monday.

Opposition Leader Steven Marshall must come out of hiding today and reveal details of his travel expenses for this parliamentary term.

The SA Liberals are still refusing to allow the Gawler Electrification project to progress despite receiving advice from independent Parliamentary Officers that their actions and refusal to support the final report is stopping the project from proceeding.

The State Labor Government’s $535 million investment to transform Adelaide Oval into a world class stadium is exceeding all expectations, with 2017 a record-breaking year for the venue with attendances surpassing 1.7 million.

The $801 million Torrens to Torrens project is expected to be finished months ahead of schedule, with approximately 80 per cent of the project now complete.

The SA Liberals have been caught out again blocking infrastructure investment, this time the Gawler electrification project.

The State Government’s record infrastructure investment and policies to maximise the use of local businesses and local workers is driving the creation of jobs in South Australia.

New penalties for roadworks which cause unnecessary traffic delays have been gazetted, enabling the introduction of the laws from mid next year.